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2017-2018 On-Campus Recruitment

18 Aug 2017
10 Dec 2017

Are you looking for a job in the Federal or Provincial Government, Consulting, Financial Institutions, Engineering or Information Technology?...

Exhibition | The Canadian Jewish Experience

11 Oct 2017 10:00
5 Nov 2017 17:00

For nearly 250 years, the Jewish community has made important contributions to life in Canada. In a new, multi-panel exhibition, this legacy is explored through themes ranging from public service and human rights to sports and the arts. The exhibition is supported by an extensive website, which includes an online quiz.

This exhibition was developed by the Canadian Jewish Experience.


Exhibition | Impossible pathologies: re-fragmenting the archive

12 Oct 2017 17:30
1 Dec 2017 17:00

During the 2016-2017 academic year, Dr. Lucy Lyons spent time in the Osler Library archives studying the illustrations made by the English physician and medical writer, Robert Hooper. Inspired by Hooper’s method of cutting out parts of his drawings like the analogue version of Photoshop, Lyons created her own fantastic collaged composites. This composite method was then transferred into studies of the collections in the Maude Abbott Medical Museum to create new, impossible pathologies....

Open Access Week

23 Oct 2017 09:00
29 Oct 2017 18:00

Open Access” to information – free, immediate, online access to the results of scholarly research, and the right to use and re-use those results – is transforming the way research and scientific inquiry is being conducted. It has direct and widespread implications for academia, medicine, science, industry, and for society as a whole.


Open Access Upload-a-thon

23 Oct 2017 09:00
29 Oct 2017 18:00


Each year McGill University Library celebrates Open Access Week and uses the week to discuss the benefit of making scholarly research broadly accessible on the internet.


Lecture series: Inside Religion, Outside the Box

25 Oct 2017 19:00
8 Nov 2017 19:00

Lecture series, Inside Religion, Outside the Box by The Rev. Professor Patricia Kirkpatrick, Rabbi Lila Kagedan and Haroon Moghul on Wednesday, October 25, November 1 and November 8.

Thinking about Grad School? Info Sessions for All Undergrads

26 Oct 2017
22 Nov 2017

Thinking about Grad School? is a series of info sessions to help you decide if grad school is for you, to teach you the basics of the application process, and to provide you insight into the life of being a grad student.

Log in to myFuture for more information or to register.  Go to "events', select "workshops", and keyword search "Grad School"


Downtown Campus


Buddha and the Other: Negotiating Difference in Tibetan Buddhism

26 Oct 2017 11:30

Lara Braitstein, School of Religious Studies

David McKenzie. Growing Markets through Business Training for Female Entrepreneurs: A Market-Level Randomized Experiment in Kenya

26 Oct 2017 12:30

A common concern with efforts to directly help some small businesses to grow is that their growth comes at the expense of their unassisted competitors. We test this possibility using a two-stage randomized experiment in Kenya which randomizes business training at the market level, and then within markets to selected businesses. Three years after training, the treated businesses are selling more, earn higher profits, and their owners have higher well-being....

Speaker Series | Zeynep D. Gürsel "A Picture of Health: The Search for a Genre to Visualize Care in Late Ottoman Istanbul"

26 Oct 2017 16:00

This paper addresses a specific photographic album from the 1890s found in Ottoman Sultan Abdülhamit's palace archive which shows female patients of the Haseki Women's Hospital after they have regained their health.  These formal portraits show each patient modestly dressed in hospital issued uniform yet baring her abdomen to show a surgical scar.  In a specimen jar on the ornate table each woman leans on is displayed the tumor removed by the gynecological surgeon.  How might we make sense of...

The Leaking Union: Explaining the EU’s Leaks in International Negotiations: Krzysztof Pelc & Matthew Castle

26 Oct 2017 16:15
“The Leaking Union: Explaining the EU’s Leaks in International Negotiations” Krzysztof Pelc & Matthew Castle Department of Political Science, McGill University

October 26, 2017 – 4:25 p.m. to 5:25 p.m. Leacock 429, McGill University Co-sponsored with Études empiriques en économie politique internationale

David Ciepley, "The Chartered Corporation as a Governance Technology: Colonial Empire, Constitutional State, and Business Firm"

26 Oct 2017 16:30


The Research Group on Constitutional Studies of the Yan P. Lin Centre for the Study of Freedom and Global Orders in the Ancient and Modern Worlds

cordially invites you to a public talk


David Ciepley



CREOR Special Lecture: Women and Religion

26 Oct 2017 17:00

Dr. Laurel Ulrich